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we've ever had. they did it in 2008. obama got more of the white vote in 2008 so, unfortunately, many, um, white voters are capable of being now-nowed on race still. more whites voted for obama than voted for any democratic president since jimmy carter, and they're trying to do it again. everything has suddenly become racist when republicans have never been racist, they are not racist historically. you know, msnbc are the ones introducing black guests and using the name of a different black person. be that happened at -- if that happened at fox, they'd pull the power. [laughter] cheryl: you talk about white guilt. you go back to the o.j. simpson trial, and you say that was the real turning point in america for many americans to get over white guilt. >> yes, yes! o.j. was better for race relations than obama has been. that was the moment white america said, that's it, we've shut down the white guilt bank, and it was the best thing that ever happened. you didn't have liberals patronizing blacks anymore, suddenly republican policies on crime and welfare were able to go into effect to the
. >> and doctors, many voted for president obama last time and why are they switching their votes, 15% ever are going to switch. voters in michigan will have the chance to give public workers new powers and put it into the state constitution. about that pass? big deal there. and we just got ford motor company sales, they were up 4% that's year over year, 4% gain for the ford motor company and the stock is virtually unchanged. down just 5 cents. we want to hear from you about everything we talk about. varney@foxbusiness.com, is how you reach us. right, tuesday morning, seven early movers. pet smart is going to move into the s&p 500, replacing sunoco. that's up. and apparel maker the company makes juicesy couture, down 2 bucks at 10. and google passed microsoft and went it an all-time high and now down a buck at 760. and cole laboratories, don't like that, down. and chemical maker seeing profits below expectations and that stock is down 2%. industrial services company called team made less money than expected and down a buck 95. and wausau paper, down 3%. okay. dow is up 12. had been 40, now
has been waiting for. hugo chavez, says if he were an american he would vote for president obama. if he were venezuelan he thinks mr. obama would vote for mr. chavez in re-election. >> oh, boy, i'm sure the president was thrilled. melissa: i bet he was too. they did an ad together. >> i don't think he wangt to be kindred spirits with hugo chavez. and nationalized economy and turned it io a money pit. they're in big trouble with this administration. >> they have. >> handshake in 2009. we're best of buddies now. relationships are pretty strained. melissa: been to venezuela. not a thriving middle class there. >> no. melissa: don't think that is necessarily the way you want to sell your campaign. this last one is a little bit scary. take a look at this. we'll show you. it is a rare eyeless spider. wow, i didn't realize he was eyeless. endangered species, probably because he doesn't have any eyes. biologists discovered in the middle of a $15 million highway construction project in san antonio, texas. the construction is halted because it could disrupt the spider's natural habitat. wha
's an excellent or good chance to vote this time and what you see in a place like nevada, obama has a 7 point lead among registered voters, but that goes down to two points among likelies and goes republican in direction, so, you know. >> it's nevada, by the way. stuart: it's nevada, not nevada. nevada. >> i thought you said nebraska for a minute. stuart: certainly not. and. >> romney's ahead in nebraska. stuart: so do you make some calculation and impute value into-- >> the likely voter. stuart: how do you measure the difference in enthusiasm? i think it's largely, there's less enthusiasm for president obama than four years ago and more on the right to vote against president obama. how do you make a value judgment. >> pee-wwe see that in the numb for the younger voters, we're seeing it in the numbers, and they're still voting for obama-- >> that shows us up because we talk to people. and why should a pollster impute his own values, we talk to the voters and tell is and put it into the models. stuart: i pronounce this interview a tie. >> we fought to a draw. stuart: always a pleasure, hope you'll
elections on the polls, the latest rasmussen tracking poll has president obama with 50% of the vote, mitt romney, 47%, scott rasmussen from rasmussen reports is in new jersey. and scott, those numbers were released a few minutes ago and suggests that the rasmussen tracking poll now reflects, or is reflective of the national trend towards president obama. >> and absolutely. president obama has a slight edge at the point in team. and, but for anybody who takes these numbers and says the election is over is a misreading of what we're seeing. in each of the last two elections between october 1st and election day, the results have shifted about 3 points, so we're not sure if it will continue this time around or which direction it will shift. it raises competitive. with the debates, the vice-presidential debate and the jobs and events in the middle east to come. certain voters, people who say, yes, i am certainly going to vote, going to vote. that shows 42% romney, 41% president obama. now, that's an uncommitted at 17%. and that's-- >> persuader. and that's right, it's essentially a tossup as t
this is the president hasn't exactly lived up to his expectations saying i voted for obama last time although he got all things all people, now he's got a record which makes it nearly different. i obviously have more complicated feelings. he still expects obama to win but added he is more concerned the u.s. is on a permanent downtrend. this comes from the man who made this movie "gili." or the polls biased toward president obama? vice president joe biden putting his foot squarely in his mouth again. we will play the tape. and the "a-team" with so much more. all here next. and here they come. >> this is deadly earnest. how they can justify raising taxes to the middle class that have been buried in the past four years. ashley: joining me now, "lou dobbs tonight" 18. thank you so much for being here. let me begin with you. mitt romney so quick to jump on this, the vice president saying we have a class. for the past four years. buried with debt, high unemployment, falling income, you name it. what is it with joe biden, should he just keep his mouth shut? >> i want joe biden to keep talking. he accidentally
it is not due to the early voting program. but can he get ads on the ear pressed up to compete with the obama onslaught? neil: at the convention nassau lot of obama adds running six slate -- six /1. but they did seize the early initiative and but wonder if you are sitting on a lot of cash could you do not hedge your bets to flood the swing states with a lot of advertising? >> the obama campaign has been a mobilizing for a while. mitt romney is still in persuasion territory to convince middle-class voters he has a plan. i was no higher this weekend at the obama is already saying start voting. they are farther ahead. neil: they tried to seize the moment may be that is the good idea but what is the strategy lonesome and a vote early? in 1981 that of 30 now it is one out of three or likely to out of three. what is the strategy? >> to make the closing argument were hit voters the hardest as absentee voting begins. the president is stronger they have done a before. couple sides are doing it and pushing extremely hard and tracking it. this is not one side is doing and the other is not. i would tell
it in eastern ohio, they are not going to vote for barack obama. neil: now the ryan and romney camp has been talking about how bad the president is going to be for a lot. this is for paul, i want you to react. >> this president cannot run on his record. this president can going to say anything and everything to try to blame to duck and to i did sport, and to de-- desport, defy, win by i di default, you w what, ohio, we're not going to let him. neil: when you hear president touting improving economy numbers, still weak as we know for this stage in a recovery, but they are better than they were, and president saying hey look i've been for pursuing coal and oil as much as green energy, someone is buying, that right? >> i hope not. because it is a absolute lie from the president. and anyone that supports him to say that he is eliminating low-cost electricity in america. it is a human issue to me because it is the lives and livelihoods of my employees he is destroying, people are not buying his lies. lies. >> how i is he stopping our industry from expanding and mining more coal, white house says
are used to barack obama the president to go to the polls. romney's voters are going to show up and vote no matter how video. cheryl: then you have this tax return from romney that we got last friday. that's when he favors when he finally came out? when you look at the average overtime, he did pay 20%. >> he gave a tremendous amount of money to charity. i don't think that hurt him. as i said, i think he has to have the economy and tried to explain to people why they are anxious. the president has been feeding on those anxieties by saying that i understand this. it was george bush's fault, and now i'm going to hit you block subsidies for education. housing and support. and he plans to propose something that addresses their anxieties. mitt romney, in that debate next wednesday night, it's going to have to take this subject much deeper than he has so far. cheryl: if you do smart committee would bring up the subject of unemployment. obama is tweeting about football season. >> 6% unemployment. cheryl: exactly. thank you very much. coming up at the bottom of the hour, despite all of your green
correspondent, ed henry, reports. >> since early voting starts tuesday here in ohio, it was a familiar script for president obama on his 29th visit to the buckeye state hitting yet another university, this time bowling green to exploit young voters. >> october 2nd, just six days from now, you get to start voting. >> the president is benefiting this the state's unemployment rate being a point lower than the national average. on the issue that's supposed to be republican mitt romney's strength, the economy, he's trailing the president with a "new york times" news poll showing on the question of who can better handle it, ohio voters give the president an edge of 51% to 45%. >> i woke up every day doing everything i can to give american workers a fair shot in the global economy. >> there's danger signs. they declared ceos see slower economic growth the rest of the year with lower expectations for sales, capital expenditures, and hiring. the chairman of the round table, boeing chairman, said in a statement, quote, "the down shift in quarterly sentiment reflects continuing concern about the strengt
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, in a primary voted 40%, voted for a convict, compared to president obama. because of the war on coal i believe. and you also have virginia and pennsylvania, still involved with coal. so this could be a big issue but there is no doubt epa's war on coal is forcing these utilities to close. every time a utility closes, utility workers aae getting thrown out. there is nowhere to ship the coal because they're not buying it. melissa: okay. i don't know. i hear you. have people on here say natural gas. we have to have both sides. thanks for coming on. we appreciate it. >> thanks. melissa: time for today's energy report where we break down the biggest headlines impacting the industry and their impact on the economy. natural gas prices we were talking about, extending recent gains. coal snap in the midwest is you will tooing rally. natural gas prices are at the highest level since early december last year. 3.52 though. >>>. epa giving green light to natural gas-fired power plant. blich hills corp will move ahead with the construction of $237 million, 132 megawatt facility in cheyenne, wyoming. >>> russ
there, it is my sense if these people who say they will vote for obama do not feel strongly about it. i think there's still a lot of anxiety about where we are, and they are open to an argument from mitt romney about why obama's stewardship of the economy has been wrong for the country, but it hasn't quite been made yet. dagen: what is the one thing that mitt romney needs to do in denver next week, in the debate? >> i think he has to associate obama's economic record, the slow and declining growth rate, and the fact that unemployment went up to 9%, 9 1/2 percent early in his presidency and stayed flat virtually across the entire four years and he has to point out exactly why that has happened during the obama presidency. and then of course talk about his own policies as they relate to those subjects. dagen: he needs to more closely read the "wall street journal" editorial page, because you have been talking about -- >> thank you. dagen: -- how to frame this for a year now, private economy versus government economy. again, read the "wall street journal" editorial page. thank you, dan. go
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, six weeks from today we vote. the president obama, he's in full campaign mode, in aappearance on abc's "the view", the president continues his line of class warfare against mitt romney. listen to this. >> governor romney on 60 minutes was asked does he think it's fair that he pays a lower tax rate than somebody making $50,000 a year and he said yes, i think it's fair, and i also think that's the way you get economic growth. i just got a different vision about how we grow an economy. i think, barbara, that you grow an economy from the middle out, not from the top down. stuart: that's the friendly audience of "the view." also on the president's agenda today addressing the united nations general assembly. the president though will not meet with any world leaders after his speech. and when asked by the hosts of "the view", why he isn't meeting with his counterparts he said i'm just supposed to be icaey eye candy for you guys, end quote. attack mode, that team is getting sharper edged more combative, the team of romney ryan. paul ryan clearly went off the president on foreign policy, lis
he let the conventions go by and obama out spend him 6 to 1 is, argument in final days of race there a blitz play or what. >> that is what they have been promising. neil: but if one out of three vote early in this country, he has not addressed that. >> i agree, the points that you are raising, is what the business community backers of romney and ryan are saying right now, and these guys are not tea party people, they are not idea logically opposed. they are worried about an inco n incompetent presidency, his stimulus package not working anywhere near his expectations, goes out and does something economically dumb, a mandate known as obamacare. neil: these echoes this service they are getting nervous in the business community. even as americans by their consumer confidence figures are getting more optimistic. >> and average americans may be getting more optimistic, looking at be round table, ceo survey, they are not, they look at economic and employment trends. neil: when your boss is not optimistic that should alarm you. >> that ceo survey index is like an economic indicator, i
the state new election day. democrats said the requirement was an attempt to defeat president obama and republicans claimed it was to prevent voter fraud. meanwhile, an all-important state of ohio, early voting kicked off today. people able to vote by mail or in person without having to give a reason. if you are fired up about this or any other issues, drop me an e-mail at gerri@foxbussiness.com. >> coming up on "the willis report", the economy at a crossroads with the fiscal cliff looming. but it delayed a housing crisis as well? our panelists duke it out next. and high frequency trading. we have an author that sheds light on what this could mean for investors. in more trouble in the skies for american airlines. flying higher than ever. their ceos here to break it down. we are on the case on "the willis report" ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you turn an entrepreneur's dream... ♪ into a scooter that talks to the cloud? ♪ or turn 30-million artifacts... ♪ into a high-tech masterpiece? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it
the country clearly wants change and they want someone new. they like obama. but they don't think he has been a strong leader. yet, they still will vote for him. that shows me that he has failed because there is no plan and at the end of the day, he has to be a salesman and quit talking about the president and talk about himself. lou: okay, talking about himself. we will find out how well he debates. is that sufficient? >> it's not a quick fix. he needs specifics and ideas and something that you can dwell on going forward that gives a credible and clear alternative. lou: we both understand, we've known each other for some time. i have a very hard time reaching that chasm. at the idea that a president would not be responsible for his record, but a challenger would be for this recommendation. >> is a it is a peculiar election. i think what should have been a slamdunk, we are failing miserably as far as an alternative to it is absolutely right. this is an electorate that wants to vote for change. the question is, governor, why should we vote for you. how do you resolve all the questions that we
, are you surprised the polls have swung as much as they have in these key swing states to president obama this year? >> i'm surprised by anything that happens in politics especially presidential politics. i have been saying from a year now, if on election day people go in the voting booth and say this is a choice between president obama and the republican candidate, then the president will probably win. if people go into to the polls on election day and say this is a referendum on the last four years, then president obama would probably lose. what's happened over the last several months is more and more people are being to question the credentials of romney and therefore it turns into a choice and i think in that case the president is doing very well. i never expected to see a poll in this election that says the president is able to handle the economy than the republican challenger. that's what we've got. that looks very good for the president. it's not over yet. connell: i doubt that he's up as much as it says in some of those states or that he will win in all of those states. >> i was g
obama is so far ahead, that does not make sense, they are probably go 25 or 20% of the vote, in is something off right there i think that have you look at maybe 2010 models again, it was unexpected. neil: if did you, that by the way, the counter to that argument would be in corestates that are say republican states texas comes to mind, southern states, mitt romney enjoys significant leads, s is typically the case. corestates to each candidate go their way, ago -- having said that do you think that there is room for a wide swing within the swing states? if so, how significant would it be? normally, the closer we get to the election, the less likely it is, in 1980 it happened. but what do you see? >> well, you have a president who is only has a 47% approval rating, if you are under 50%, and you are the incumbent and it is october, have you big problems, the case has been made why he is be hired, but the case still visit to be made why romney should be hired. i think you see battle ground states with the margins so -- distance between the two, so large, i think that it is unli
live in october, i am voting october 2, i knew 4 years ago who i was not going to vote for this year. good for you. >> ann from texas, here is a new name for abc, cbs, and nbc, president obama's 3 stooges, still enjoy your shows. what does that mean still
the this is a runaway. why will be trust these guys now? should i say it is a ploy to get people not to vote to? >> 9 million americans said they will not go to i think we should be trying to get people to go. >> she brings up of point* even among women and they think president obama will win they will not show up. it is a disservice the first to tell the truth that they start celebrating now, so celebrate please. lou: this is an interesting theory. are you that mock the belly and and clever? >> no. [laughter] all both the romney campaign could use some of that. some polls are distorted because of the sample. so many are based on a sample of voters that is even more than 2008. i think mitt romney is a little bit behind but he needs a and intervening event to move ahead and the debate this a good time to achieve one. >> that is when you will start seeing things moved after that bourse debate mitt romney will talk about factual information with the media does not want americans to no-space expectations are so low he does not have to win in order to win. we need to pull outside of urban america. everybo
. what is going on? what is going on right now? >> obama is ahead, that much is clear. many oversampling democrats, part of that is potentially bad polling but some of it is also people when they're voting for a candidate can't identify with that candidates party. there is also, i believe, a reservoir of people who don't like governor romney and don't like president obama and ultimately will come back and support governor romney suggesting the fox news poll is probably right. dagen: some people on the right, some people who back mitt romney are upset even if the polling is skewed some more than others, but is it detrimental to voters if they see these polls and they think mr. obama is gaining steam, does it drive potential voters away? >> there is bad polling, overly optimistic polling, but there's a mainstream media narrative that the election is over, governor romney has lost in the swing stays are close to double-digit. but it doesn't help our democratic system especially when they have the race somewhat closer than cnbc does. i looked at them, that is my vision. the only way to chang
it is better if you're clear and direct as you can be with the voter if you want them to vote for you. that is just my feeling. melissa: yeah. >> unless you've got a record a little like mr. obama where you don't need them to focus in quite so sharply on your record, maybe a little fuzz is good. when you were the guy coming at him, you better be sharp and focused and neither man is, i think entirely achieving his goals. melissa: the president, so much of his campaign focused on attacking mitt romney on the tax issue saying he will give tax cuts for the rich but especially will hit the middle class. your taxes are going to go up. this is something the romney campaign said over and again is not true but he doesn't go out and vociferously prove that is not true. >> exactly. it shouldn't even be the discussion at this point. the discussion should be that he is not going to permit president obama to raise taxes. he is not going to permit president obama to continue to swell the scale of government and, crush generations of unborn americans. that should be his focus. instead he is talking a
into submission. early voting in the presidential election begins in ohio in the week where both campaigns are today. for president obama it is his thirteenth trip this year. he is stopping at two university's. mitt romney making three stops. he has been to ohio ten times since many. now back to melissa frances. rich: thank you so much. lovely and talented. president obama will easily win reelection in november. in trade prediction numbers showing him trouncing mitt romney 75% to 25%. wall street is buzzing about who will be president obama's next treasury secretary and charlie gasparino has the latest from the executive. charlie: i hate to say mitt romney is a loser now six weeks out. there's a lot of campaigning government of the oddball fbn -- melissa: sounds like four people abetting. charlie: the lot of people betting and it is usually right but it moves around a lot and it is usually right. in any event we are not announcing that romney is dead and the campaign is over. we are saying what they're saying and wall street and it is not just the traders that use it but used by traders an
, spain's main economic region has threatened to secede from the country in a referendum vote next month. we'll bring you updates as they come in throughout the show and that will affect your money today. someone needs to explain to me how the polls show president obama winning if all the numbers point to a failure of his economic policies. can we believe these polls? greg valliere will join us and i'm told i won't like what he has to tell me. karl rove. bottom line you're skeptical of the polls because of the internals. you're skeptical. we asked over 3,000 doctors to review 5-hour energy and what they said is amazing. over 73 percent who reviewed 5-hour energy said they would recommend a low calorie energy supplement to their healthy patients who use energy supplements. seventy-three percent. 5-hour energy has four calories and it's used over nine million times a week. is 5-hour energy right for you? ask your doctor. we already asked 3,000. since ameriprise financial was founded back in 1894, they've been committed to putting clients first. helping generations through tough times. good
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